Maricopa County Board of Supervisors holding closed-door executive session. The meeting is reportedly linked to the November 2020 election.

Arizona's Maricopa County Board of Supervisors reportedly called an emergency meeting this morning over the upcoming 2020 election audit.
Arizona’s Maricopa County Board of Supervisors reportedly called an emergency meeting this morning over the upcoming 2020 election audit.

Attorney Sidney Powell reacted to the news, posting on her Telegram account:

Maricopa county Board of Supervisors has just crapped their pants and called an emergency meeting regarding the Arizona Senate deciding on a firm yesterday to go forward with the audit of Maricopa county Election.

They crapped her pants because Maricopa county has been fighting any real attempt to audit there election. They fight back against the Senate subpoena, the Senate went to a judge and got an order and they thought back against that, the Senate had to go and produce a stronger subpoena… The Maricopa county Board of Supervisors has been fighting this scrutiny tooth and nail. In the emergency meeting today they are going to try to find some other way to slow this down deflect or block it.

Because their emergency meeting today “may“ be open to the public on zoom, I encourage all citizens of Maricopa county Arizona to come in on that zoom call in a couple hours and deliver some form or another of the following message:

“The AZ Senate took a highly discipled and methodical approach to their decision making process when choosing how to conduct a full forensics and signature audit on bagalf of the citizens of Arizona. This was done over a period of months in a fully transparent way and the citizens of Arizona should be proud of the process, the transparency and the overall desire to get to the truth. This is about discovering the truth and ensuring the people of Arizona have full confidence in the election system and processes when it comes to executing our right to vote.”

Arizona Senate hires 4 companies to audit 2020 Maricopa County election

The Republican-led Arizona Senate on Wednesday said it hired four out-of-state companies to conduct a forensic audit and full hand recount.

Wake Technology Services, CyFIR, Digital Discovery and Cyber Ninjas are expected to issue their report in about 60 days, according to a press release.

Senate leadership will not be directly involved with the process.

“The scope of work will include, but is not limited to, scanning all the ballots, a full manual recount, auditing the registration and votes cast, the vote counts, and the electronic voting system,” the release says.

Founder and former Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne also urged his followers about the emergency meeting of Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. He said on his Telegram account:

If you, dear reader, know anyone in Maricopa county, please contact them in the next 60 minutes and share this information. We want them to come in on the zoom call and let their elected officials know that citizens want this done and will tolerate no more delaying tactics.

And here’s the words from New Mexico State University Business Professor David Clements:

AZ patriots—-it’s time for you to supervise the Maricopa County Board of supervisors! Emergency meeting set for tomorrow at 10 am to obstruct the audit. PLEASE show up. Hold them accountable. If you can’t, pray for those that can.

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